Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I loved this course because it applied logic, ethics, legality, and a combination of everything else to force you to think and apply learned concepts. Additionally, you have to learn to support your opinions with factual evidence while respectfully accepting differing opinions
Seeing the differing opinions you have on divisive topics such as in-vitro fertilization, physician assisted suicide, and abortion allows you to diversify and broaden your horizons. There is no substitute for critical thinking and no better tool for learning than having to strengthen your argument to counter a differing opinion.
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Advice for students:
Understand the basic concepts. Everything about this course is related back to ethics, thus the title of Bioethics (or Medical Ethics). Develop your stance on an issue and support your opinion with vigor and excitement.